Barry pledges to change team
Boss frustrated by player’s attitude
Clyde boss Barry Ferguson says the January transfer window “can’t come quick enough” after his side’s 1- 0 defeat to Albion Rovers at Broadwood.
The former Rangers captain described his side as a “huffy puffy” team saying that the squad needed a “bit of metal”.
His comments came when speaking to the Clyde official website after Saturday’s game.
Speaking of the 1-0 defeat, which was Clyde’s fifth on the trot, the former Scotland captain said: “There was nothing in it. A mistake from us and they score.
“I think they had one attempt on goal and we had one attempt.
“We’re a bit toothless up front. We’ve got no killer instinct, but that will change, January 1 is not far away.”
The 36-year-old had previously told the Reformer he was hopeful of bringing in several players in January.
He added: “It’ll be more than a few. I’ve got a few done and I’m close to getting another three or four done.
“I think I’ve got just over two weeks and it can’t come quick enough to be honest.
“We’re just a huffy puffy ream. I need a bit of metal. I need people who are cute upstairs and who know the game.
“We have agreed for two players to come in at the start of January, but unfortunately I can’t name them just now because they are still contracted to other clubs.
“The deals are sorted for them to join us on January 1 though.
“I am also working to get another three or four players signed and hopefully we can also have them in by January 1st, as I want to get our business done as early as possible.”
Off the pitch, Ferguson also completed his UEFA A Licence last week.
He added: “The badges don’t just happen overnight, it takes a lot of work but I am glad that I have done it. I think it was worthwhile and it has taught me a few things.”
Clyde will hope to break their bad run of results when they take on East Fife at Broadwood this Saturday with a 3pm kick-off.
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Tackle Albion Rovers defender Josh Mullin takes on Clyde midfielder Scott Ferguson.